Banks are in the spotlight again, while Labor, the Greens and the crossbench fight to keep the medical evacuation legislation. All the day’s events, live
Another big issue for the government – border protection – was also on its talking notes list.
Kristina Keneally was on Insiders on Sunday, (here is some of what she had to say) but its Labor’s stance on people who overstay their visas who arrive by air that the government is focussing on. Here is the government line on that for this week:
PROTECTION CLAIMS BY MIGRANTS WHO ARRIVE BY AIR
If asked about worker exploitation
Labor’s border protection policies
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And for why the medevac legislation is considered so important by medical bodies, you only need to return to this story from Katharine Murphy a little earlier this year.
The medical review panel is not overturning all of the minister’s decisions. We know that, because they have to report to the parliament.